MedTech Opens Second Facility in Costa Rica

The multinational company, which produces health devices, opened its second plant in the country, located in Heredia.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

With it, MedTech doubles its production capacity in the country.

“This expansion gives us an enormous potential to grow in manufacturing end products, in order to satisfy the growing needs of our customers”, said George Bank, MedTech CEO.

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